Error checking questions on c

1. In order to assign attributes to the pointer itself, rather than to the pointed-to object, you put the attributes after the asterisk.
like ‘ char *const p = &c; ‘ – True/False
2. What is the output of the below code ?
char **p =”Hello”;
return 0;
3. There is a char * pointer that points to some ints, and what should be done to step over it ?
4. What changes has to be done to get the ouput as “9 8 7 6 5″ by the same recursive call method ?
int main(void) {
int i=9;
printf(“%d \t”,i–);
return 0;
5. What is the output in the below program ?
void main() {
int z = 12;
6. You can’t ‘shift’ an array -
7. Is it possible to do like this in C ?
char s[8];
8. bit-fields do not provide a way to select bits by index value – True/False?
9. Does ‘char *a’ allocate some memory for the pointer to point to ?
10. A null pointer is does not to point to any object or function – True/False?
An uninitialized pointer might point anywhere – True/False?
11. The address of operator will never yield a null pointer – True/False?
malloc returns a null pointer when it fails – True/False?
12. char y[] is not identical to char *y – True / False .?
Explain the reason for either true/false.
13. What would be output of the below code ?
char x[] = “abcde”;
char *y= “abcde”;
printf(“%c \n”, x[3]);
printf(“%c \n”, y[3]);
14. Is it possible to have char x[5] in one file a declaration extern char * in other file ?
15. What is dangling pointer ?
16. Why does the below code cause segmentation fault ?
int* z = NULL;
*z = 1;
17. What are the two problems in the below code ?
char *s1 = “Hello, “;
char *s2 = “world!”;
char *s3 = strcat(s1, s2);
18. What is the problem with the below code ?
i) char a[] = “Hello”;
char *p = “Hello”;
My program crashes if I try to assign a new value to p[i].
ii) char *a = “abcdef”;
*a = ‘X';
19. Some compilers have a switch to control if string literals are writable or not – True/False?
20. Three attributes can be assign to a pointer: const / volatile / restrict – True/False
21. What are the problems in below code. How will you fix it ?
char *check(int n)
char box[20];
sprintf(box, “%d”, n);
return box;
22. What is malloc’s internal bookkeeping information and how does it play a role in mis-directing the location of the actual bug ?
23. Where would you use ‘const int’ instead of #define and where should you use #define instead of ‘const int’ ?
24. Keyword ‘const’ refers to read-only -> True/False?
25. What is the output of the below code
#define MY_CALCULATOR 2+5+6
printf(“%d \n” 3 * MY_CALCULATOR);
26. How does declaring function parameters as ‘const’ help in better,safer code ?
27. Which of the following is correct . Why does point no ‘i’ gives output sometime & sometimes it does not give output ?
i. char *a = malloc(strlen(str));
strcpy(a, str);
ii. char *a = malloc(strlen(str) + 1);
strcpy(a, str);
28. How do the below get expanded ? Which one is the preferred method & Why ?
#define mydef struct s *
typedef struct s * mytype;
mydef d1,d2;
mytype t1,t2;
29. i. const values cannot be used in initializers – True/False?
ii. const values cannot be used for array dimensions – True/False
30. Is char x[3] = “wow”; legal ?
Why does it work sometimes ?
31. How will the below code corrupt stack ?
void checkstackcorruption (char *var)
char z[12];
memcpy(z, var, strlen(var));
int main (int argc, char **argv)
checkstackcorruption (argv[1]);
32. Is the below method of usage of realloc() correct ?
void *z = malloc(10);
z = realloc(z, 20);
33. What does the below mean ?
int (*)[*];
34. The rank of any unsigned integer type shall equal the rank of the corresponding
signed integer type, if any – True/False?
35. The rank of long long int shall be greater than the rank of long int which shall be greater than int – True/False?
36.No two signed integer types shall have the same rank, even if they have the same
representation – True/False?
37. sprintf function is equivalent to fprintf, except that the output is written into an array – True/False?
38. Incase of both sprintf and fprintf , A null character is written at the end of the characters written and that is not counted as part of the returned value – True/False?
39. Arithmetic underflow on a negative number results in negative zero – True/False?
40.Negative zero and positive zero compare equal under default numerical comparison – True/False?
41. ‘type cast’ should not be used to override a const or volatile declaration – True/False?
42. ‘sizeof’ yields the size of an array in bytes – True / False?
43. How will you determine the number of elements in an array using sizeof operator ?
44. What is l-value & r-value ?
45. What is the output of the below code ?
char (*x)[50];
printf(“%u, %u,%d\n”,x,x+1,sizeof(*x));
46.How will you declare & initialize pointer to a register located at phys addrs 600000h ?
47. What is NPC ?
48. Why does *ps.i do not work in the below code ?
struct rec
int i;
float f;
char c;
int main()
struct rec *ps;
ps=(struct rec *) malloc (sizeof(struct rec));
free ps;
return 0;
49. The term ‘Pointer to pointer’ is different from the term ‘double pointer’ – True/False?
50. Will the Free API (after calling Malloc) return the Memory back to the OS or the Application ?
51. How to do array assignment ?
52. What could be the gud way to check ‘Close enough’ equality using Floats ?
53. What is the Problem of Floating Points with ‘==’ operator in C . On what is that dependent upon ?
54. Tell about the size of ‘empty structs’ in C ?
55. Why does C language permits an extra comma in initializer list
56. What does the below do ? z = x++ +( y += x++) ;
57. What is nested union ? How is it useful ?
58. How wil you pass unions to functions or pointers to unions ?
59. What is the Behaviour of realloc for NULL argument ?
60. Write a Macro to swap 2 bytes
61. Write a Macro to swap 2 bytes
62. Write small program to Set a Bit, Clear a Bit, Toggle a Bit, Test a Bit (or Demonstrate simple Bit Manipulation in C)
63. Use #define to Set Bit, Clr Bit, Toggle and Test Bit of a volatile status register (Port) – Bit Manipulations to set/clear a bit of a particular Port Register
64. Universal Gates;